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STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary

Formula Used

new_cell_area = Old Cell Area/4NCA = OCA/4

This formula uses 1 Variables

Variables Used

Old Cell Area- Old Cell Area A cell is the geographic area that is covered by a single base station in a cellular networkSTEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit

Old Cell Area: 7 --> No Conversion Required

STEP 2: Evaluate Formula

Substituting Input Values in Formula

NCA = OCA/4 --> 7/4

Evaluating ... ...

NCA = 1.75STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit

1.75 --> No Conversion Required

FINAL ANSWER

1.75 <-- New Cell Area

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new_cell_area = Old Cell Area/4

NCA = OCA/4

NCA = OCA/4

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New Cell Area calculator uses *new_cell_area = Old Cell Area/4* to calculate the New Cell Area, The New Cell Area formula is defined as new cells which have a smaller radius than the original cells and by installing these smaller cells (called microcells) between the existing cells, capacity increases due to the additional number of channels per unit area. New Cell Area and is denoted by **NCA** symbol.

How to calculate New Cell Area using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for New Cell Area, enter Old Cell Area **(OCA)** and hit the calculate button. Here is how the New Cell Area calculation can be explained with given input values -> **1.75 = 7/4**.

What is New Cell Area?

The New Cell Area formula is defined as new cells which have a smaller radius than the original cells and by installing these smaller cells (called microcells) between the existing cells, capacity increases due to the additional number of channels per unit area and is represented as **NCA = OCA/4** or *new_cell_area = Old Cell Area/4*. Old Cell Area A cell is the geographic area that is covered by a single base station in a cellular network.

How to calculate New Cell Area?

The New Cell Area formula is defined as new cells which have a smaller radius than the original cells and by installing these smaller cells (called microcells) between the existing cells, capacity increases due to the additional number of channels per unit area is calculated using *new_cell_area = Old Cell Area/4*. To calculate New Cell Area, you need Old Cell Area **(OCA)**. With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Old Cell Area and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.